Studying the literal nature of the Gospel and it’s proclaimed Kingdom: From it’s Biblical origin to it’s offer of everlasting life, the Gospel of the Kingdom is rooted in Spiritual Faith in the Word of GOD and must be defined by such.
Looking at a biblical community comprised of the organic kindred families of Israel, and those firmly seated in the Election of God by Grace through Faith unto the knowledge and truth in YHWH God’s ordained Law as commanded in Holy writ for the benefit of the individual, family and Nation. Continue reading →
Last message of the series “Why the Law”, wherein it is concluded that YHWH GOD’s Torah Law is for showing:
(2)So That the Promise By Faith In Jesus Christ Might Be Given To Those Who Believe.
(3) To Make a Great Nation in Christ
(4) To Teach the Kingdom
This final message concludes all the sentiments and brings the focus on to the individual and national levels of Society when those who claim Christ reject the Instruction contained and available in God’s Holy and immutable LAW!
In all generations the question of ‘Why the Law’ occurs? The question ultimately asks the LORD for his reason of legislating sin by his Law. Why did God tell us not to do some things? And the answer is quite attainable throughout scripture, but is best spelled out by Paul in this reading of Galatians and can be simply seen that it was to teach us like children our need for Faith, particularly the need of Jesus in order to be justified or made righteous by Faith. Continue reading →
ReNEWed COVENANT Ministry SABBATH BIBLE STUDY 3-22 (2019) SUPPORT RNCM! Subscribe to RNCM Podcast Feed iTunes • Other MP3 AUDIO MESSAGE DOWN LOAD-Listen any time! OR Page for Streaming Message – You can follow along with study notes below! These Study notes below are Interactive with E-Sword! – FREE DOWN LOAD HERE THEN: Just cut and past into you E-Sword topic notes Compiled by JS LOWTHER renewedcovenantministry.com email@example.com Pt. 3 Progressing into Sanctification (Study notes from sermon below) Rom_5:10 For if, when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of his Son, much more, being … Continue reading →
Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins that are past, through the forbearance of God; To declare, I say, at this time his righteousness: that he might be just, and the justifier of him which believeth in Jesus. – Romans 3 Continue reading →